The women's game is Sold Out and there are limited
men's tickets available. Saturday, the Ticket Office/Will
Call will be located at the new Southeast addition. The Ticket
Office opens at 12:30 and tickets are $25.
Important information regarding
the February 2nd Men's and Women's Basketball Games vs UT
Women's Head Coach Jim Foster and UT Head Coach Pat Summitt
will be featured speakers at the "XO Sports Speaker Series"
Saturday morning, February 2nd at Loew's Vanderbilt Hotel.
Registration is from 8:45 to 9:15 am with breakfast being
served from 9 - 10:30 am. Make your reservations by e-mailing
delegation of alumni basketball lettermen will be appearing
on the Channel 50 show Friday night (2/1) from 8-9 to discuss
the 50 year anniversary of Memorial Gym and preview a tremendous
30 minute video on "Memorial Magic"
50 Years of Memorial Magic Intro
For more information or to order this video, contact the Vanderbilt
Alumni Office at 322-2929. For information on the Rebounders
and the Nashville Vanderbilt Club, contact Jerry Southwood
(O) 780-3372 or Pat Nolan (O) 244-1818.
Men's Pregame information
including promotions, gamenotes, and starting lineups.
Women's Pregame information including promotions, gamenotes,
and starting lineups.
Gym: 50 years of Vandy magic The City Paper
This is the 50th year of Vanderbilt basketball in Memorial
Gymnasium, and the Commodore athletic department is marking
the occasion with a dedication ceremony Saturday before the
menís game with Tennessee. The court will be christened Ingram
Court after the Ingram family, which has been a long-time
supporter of Vanderbilt athletics. In a two-part story, The
City Paper correspondent Bill Traughber relates some of the
magic that Memorial has housed in its half-century.
Do unusual floor, benches make Memorial Gym an 'injustice'
or a Supreme Court? The Tennessean
Writers have called it the Fenway Park of collegiate basketball,
and players routinely call it a shooter's gym.